Madison County Mobility Management

Connecting people to transit across Madison County.

Need a lift? We can help.
Call us Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 4 PM


Travel Training

Travel Training for Madison County is a program of the Madison County Rural Health Council and Mobility Management will provide training to groups that work

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Walmart Shopping

Every Tuesday

From: Morrisville, NY - Canastota, NY

For: Morrisville & Eaton Residents, and Stoneleigh Apartment Residents


$3.00 or 4 Tokens round trip

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Wheelchair Accessible

Trip Details

Pickup: 9:10-9:15 AM
Morrisville Cedar St. Apartments

Pickup: 9:20 AM
Morrisville Community Church,
Public Parking Available; Address: 3824 Swamp Rd. Morrisville, NY

Pickup: 9:45-10:00 AM
Canastota Stoneleigh Apartments, Residents Only
Dropoff: 10:10-10:15 AM Walmart in Oneida, NY

Bus pulls up at Walmart- 11:15 AM
Bus departure from Walmart- 11:45 AM

Dropoff: 12:30 PM
Canastota Stoneleigh Apartments

Dropoff: 1:00 PM
Morrisville (both location)

Walmart Shopping

Monday through Friday

From: Oneida

For: Oneida Towers Residents or Nearby, and City Center Apartment Residents or Nearby


$1.50 OR 2 TOKENS

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Trip Details

Pickup: 10:30 am Oneida Towers Residents
Pickup: 10:35 am City Center Residents
Dropoff: 10:45 am Walmart

Shop for two hours!

Pickup: 12:45 pm Walmart
Dropoff: 1:30 pm Oneida Towers Residents
Dropoff: 1:35 pm City Center Residents

Price Chopper and Walgreens

Monday through Thursday

From: Oneida

For: Seneca Fields Residents



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Wheelchair Accessible

Trip Details

Pickup: 10:00am
Dropoff: 10:10am

Grocery Shopping / Pick Up Medications at Walgreens

Pickup: 12:05pm
Dropoff: 12:55pm

CRIS-CAT Sponsored Bus to Oneida

3rd Thursday of the Month

From: 55+ and need a ride to Oneida

For: 55+, Carriage House apartments or nearby & 24 Nelson apartments or nearby


There is no charge for this service

· Extra-large bus in order to practice social distancing.
· Sanitized each time – before a passenger enters.

For more information call the CRIS-CAT line (315) 655-0612 and leave a message, someone will return your call.

Trip Details

Pickup: Carriage House apartments at 9:25 AM
Pickup: 24 Nelson apartments at 9:30 AM

Returns: around 12:00 PM

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What is Mobility Management?

Mobility Management is about bringing together the people who need transportation, with the people who provide transportation, to address community transportation needs. It’s making the most of existing resources, creating new services when needed, and looking at the issues through the lens of the rider. Mobility management keeps track of the pulse of the community and how various programs may be able to collaborate or combine efforts to provide better access to the available programs and services in the community.

How it Benefits the Community:

Mobility Management is multi-faceted and looks a little
different in each community based on their needs and can

  • Teaching people how to use the bus and where it goes
  • Educating groups on available transportation options
  • Assisting organizations with coordinating and collaborating on funding application opportunities.

Learn More from the County Transportation Plan

Madison Transit System Token Donation Program

Sponsored by Madison County Mobility Management

Connecting residents to resources such as bus tokens, schedules, and information  about transit options in Madison County.

Are you an individual, organization, or provider interested in donating funds for bus tokens to assist Madison County residents?

  • You can donate by dropping off cash or check. to the Hamilton Public Library
    ( 13 Broad Street, Hamilton, NY 13346).
  • If you are contributing by check. please make it payable to:
    Birnie Bus Service, Inc. – Madison Transit. System
    2486 NY-12B – Hamilton, NY 13346
  • Checks (not cash) can also be mailed to:
    Mobility Management
    2662 Route 20 East, Unit 1, Cazenovia, NY 13035
  • If you choose to mail a check.. make sure to include a separate note with the Madison Transit System Token Donation Program as the recipient.

Your contributions will be picked up by the Madison County Mobility Manager, Donny Ybarra, and taken to Biniie Bus – Madison Transit System to purchase tokens to distribute out to the community!

How your Contribution helps Madison County Residents:

  • Your token contributions are given to Madison County residents who are unable to purchase tokens because of limited income or other barriers.S
  • Some token contributions are given to those who may be utilizing the bus system for the first time.
  • Your donations help support those in Madison County who use the public transportation services for their grocery shopping, medical appointments, employment, and socialization!

Contact Information

Meet Donny Ybarra

Mobility Manager for Madison County

Feel free to reach out to Madison County Mobility Manager Donny Ybarra if you have any further questions. Thank you!

New Client Sign Up

Please complete the form at the link below and allow 7-10 business days for processing.


2-1-1 Mid-York

This is a resource and referral source for all over the United States, specifically for Madison County, you can inquire either by phone (listed below) or by website at

For community social or government services dial 211. Hearing impaired dial relay 711.

A & D Taxi

This is an Oneonta, NY-based company specializing in on-demand medical transport through Medicaid and Private Pay options. Wheelchair van and ambulette are available upon request. Madison County Residents

American Cancer Society of Central New York

Transportation is provided for cancer patients only who are in active treatment. Transportation is provided by volunteers on a “first come first served” basis. Requesting transportation must be made three days in advance.

CAP Vehicle Assistance Program (Canastota)

Assistance Available to qualified applicants • Car repairs, insurance, and loan payment. • Fees for NYS Driver’s license, a current registration, and vehicle inspection • Gas and Tires

CAP Vehicle Assistance Program (Morrisville)

Assistance Available to qualified applicants • Car repairs, insurance, and loan payment. • Fees for NYS Driver’s license, a current registration, and vehicle inspection • Gas and Tires

CASA – Cazenovia Area Senior Association

Cazenovia Area Senior Association, Aka CASA, activities are available to all individuals age 55 and over residing in the towns of Nelson, Fenner, and Cazenovia. These townships and the Village of Cazenovia fund the activities which include educational programs, trips, and monthly luncheon get together with speakers or musical groups.

Bob Conway (315) 662 - 7479 or the site at (315) 655 - 0350

Cazenovia Time Bank

Cazenovia Time Bank is a “service for service” transportation option available to Cazenovia, Fenner and Nelson residents over 21.

City Centre Apartments

City Centre Apartments does not provide transportation for residents, but there is a scheduled shopping trip with Madison Transit coordinated by the Madison County Mobility Manager.

Coach USA

Coach offers, through its Shortline service, select service to NYC from Hamilton and Morrisville, primarily catering to college students from Colgate University and Morrisville State College.

(866) 912 - 6224 or email at

Colgate First Transit

Colgate University maintains a contract with First Transit, to provide transportation for students, faculty, staff and Hamilton residents to local shopping, restaurants, local businesses and to campus.

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Donate Today

Donating to the Madison County Rural Health Council helps us build and sustain our programs and initiatives, which in turn, contribute to the health of the community.

We are a 501(c)3 organization, which means your contribution is tax-deductible!

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